Definition of Revetting

1. revet [v] - See also: revet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revetting

revest
revested
revestiaries
revestiary
revesting
revestries
revestry
revests
revesture
revet
revetement
revetment
revetments
revets
revetted
revetting (current term)
reveur
reveurs
reveuse
reveuses
revhead
revheads
revibrate
revibrated
revibrates
revibrating
revictimization
revictimizations
reviction
revictual

Literary usage of Revetting

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1. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach, Edwin Alvin Root, Thomas H. Slavens (1907)
"revetting Materials and Revetments. 113.—A Revetment is a facing used to hold up an embankment ... revetting Materials. The revetments most commonly used in ..."

2. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach, Edwin Alvin Root, Thomas Horace Slavens (1902)
"revetting Materials and Revetments. 113.-A Revetment is a facing used to hold up an embankment at a steeper slope than it would assume naturally. 114. ..."

3. Official Report to the United States Engineer Department, of the Siege and by Quincey Adams Gillmore (1862)
"This style of revetting (ie, without the mud) was used on the breast height of the Beach Battery at Hilton Head, young pines or pine ..."

4. Technological Dictionary: English-Spanish and Spanish-English of Words and by Néstor Ponce de León (1920)
"counter arched revetting. — enlucido, facing of a wall. — Je ¡л escarpa de un foso, scarp revetment. — exterior de la muralla (fort.) chemise. ..."

5. Engineer and Artillery Operations Against the Defences of Charleston Harbor by Quincy Adams Gillmore (1865)
"Sand bag revetting requires less anchoring to make it stand than any other. Of the revetting herein described, only that of the heavy guns was anchored by ..."

6. Engineer and Artillery Operations Against the Defences of Charleston Harbor by Quincy Adams Gillmore (1865)
"Sand ba^ revetting requires less anchoring to make it stand than any other. Of the revetting herein described, only that of the heavy guns was anchored by ..."

7. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach, Edwin Alvin Root, Thomas Horace Slavens (1897)
"revetting Materials. The revetments most commonly used in field engineering are made either of brushwood in the rough, fascines, gabions, hurdles, planks, ..."

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